Posted by: woodbeecarver   in Carving Projects, Whittle Doodles

Block Heads are carved inside a Friendship Cane segment measuring two inches square by three inches tall with a five eighth inch hole drilled down the center of the length of block. Carving is done with knives with curved cutting edges to facilitate the necessary slicing cuts in tight areas.  The finish is artist oil paint Raw Sienna thinned with boiled linseed oil and then when the oil finish is dry Deft, a brushing lacquer is applied.  Block Heads are another adaptation of Whittle Doodles carved by the WOOD BEE CARVER.

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